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25 Asian Prints in Folder 1978 (All Portraits, Nine in Color)
1 25 Asian Prints in Folder 1978 (All Portraits, Nine in Color)
Asia Unknown 1978 Card folder Very Good 
I have had these prints for years, but never listed them because the title is in Asian characters. I can't recall where I even got them, but they are quite handsome. There are supposed to be 16 black and white numbered prints, all portraits drawn with pencil, inside the folder and all are present. But here's the nice surprise -- nine other numbered prints in full color appear to have hitchhiked along. These apparently were at least a set of 10, but one is missing. Nine nice freebies aren't bad though! :-) The folder measures 7-1/2"x10-1/2" and is very clean, though toned. A previous owner also taped a short tear at top of spine. The prints are very white -- no foxing or toning. Paper is lightweight and one print shows a small rough area to top edge, but could still be framed with no problem. Overall an interesting set. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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30 Postcards G. F. Castleden New Orleans Sketches (1924-1929)
2 30 Postcards G. F. Castleden New Orleans Sketches (1924-1929)
New Orlean, LA G.F. Castleden 1924-1929 Fine in Very Good Envelopes 
These are a lovely find if you are enchanted by the architecture of New Orleans. I've never seen this many in one place ever, but I got them from the estate of a Castleden collector. Castleden was a British artist who emigrated to New Orleans and continued his career as an artist there. The cards were aimed at the tourist trade -- ten scenes for a quarter. Three of the original envelopes will accompany them, but the cards weren't in them, so I am uncertain which belong where. The scenes are Old World beautiful and include, but are not confined to, these subjects: Pirate Alley, the monastery of the Capuchian monks, the staircase of the old St. Louis Hotel, the courtyard of the old Spanish Arsenal, oyster schooners, the Spanish Gate of Cabildo, the Courtyard of the Little Theatre, and the Little Green Shutter Tea Room. None have been used and all are in excellent condition. The envelopes are a little worn, but not bad. The photo shows an array of cards, but not all -- there really are thirty! 
Price: 30.00 USD
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A Change of Place:Ohio Arts Council Artist Residencies (1997)
3 A Change of Place:Ohio Arts Council Artist Residencies (1997)
Columbus, Ohio Ohio Arts Council 1998 Card cover Fine condition 
This is one of those Ohioana items which are new to me. It's always fun when a new one appears. This over-sized booklet traces the beginning of the residential movement for Buckeye artists in 1983 when Ohio joined the Studio Workspace Program in Long Island, New York. Next came the Headlands Center for the Arts near San Francisco in 1997. The artists in residence shown in this booklet were Gretchen Stevens Cochran, Malcolm Cochran, James Duesing, Gilda Edwards, Sean Foley, Mitchell Sanford, Karen Snouffer, Kay Willens, and Walter Zurko. The booklet measures 8" x 12" and has 40 pages. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Aishet Hayil (Art Catalog 1993)
4 Aishet Hayil (Art Catalog 1993)
New York, New York Yeshiva University Museum 1993 soft cover Near fine 
Very beautiful exhibition catalog in lovely condition. A soft cover book is wrapped around completely with the treal colored "jacket" which may have had a ribbon tie given the two slots for one, but doesn't require it, as the jacket stays closed without it.The exhibition is an artistic interpretation of the only Biblical hymn to wome -- Aishet Hayil. As such 32 artists were igven a line of the poem of that name to interpret with their art. The collective works are a tribute to one woman -- Julia Kiener Forchheimer (1900-1991) who opened the handweaving department in the Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem in 1936.Illustrated with color photographs of the art with accompanying text. Measures 5"x8-1/2". Also included is a brochure for the Prelude Gallery laid-in. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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America 100 Years Ago: Old Views (1946, complete 32 prints in folder)
5 America 100 Years Ago: Old Views (1946, complete 32 prints in folder)
Buremberg Jacob Mendelsohn 1946 Card folder Very good 
It's amazing that this item remained intact since it came out in 1946 and then was given as a Christmas gift in 1981. There is a small inscription on the reverse side of the front cover which reads, "From Konstanze, Christmas, 1981." Everything is clean and nice with just one small spot of foxing to two prints and a light freckling to the folder. The prints are on paper and measure 7-1/2" x 10". All are views of historic places -- Albany on the Hudson, Baltimore, Boston City Hall, Cleveland, Detroit, Galveston, Jefferson City -- Missouri River, Kansas, Louisville, Lockport, Ohio -- Erie Canal, New York -- Broadway, New York, New York City Hall, New York -- Park and City Hall, New York Staten Island, New York Bay, New York and Brooklyn, Philadelphia National Bank, Philadelphia Girard's Bank, Richmond, Virginia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Sacramento, St. Louis Court House, St. Charles -- Mississippi, Wheeling, West Virginia, Washignton General Post Office, Washington Patent Office, and Weston, Missouri. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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American Art Review Magazine April, 1999 (Taos Painters and Their Patrons Part I, Watercolor Painters of Northeastern Ohio)
6 American Art Review Magazine April, 1999 (Taos Painters and Their Patrons Part I, Watercolor Painters of Northeastern Ohio)
Leawood, Kansas American Arts Media 1999 Vol. XI No. 2 soft cover very good 
Very nice magazine showing just a small flat crease to upper front corner and a scratch to lower front corner next to spine. Very clean and tightly bound. Beautiful magazine printed on quality coated paper and lavishly illustrated in full color throughout. The articles include the following: George Washington American Symbol; The Easel Paintings of Francis David Miller; The Life and Work of Lillian Westcott Hale; New Britain Museum of American Art; The Lynn Beach Painters; The Genteel Tradition in American Painting; Watercolor Painters of Northeastern Ohio; Joseph Cornell/Marcel DuChamp In Resonance; and Mabel Alvarez, A Personal Memory The Founding of the Taos Art Colony. Other issues available. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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American Art Review, August 2000 (Rockwell Kent, California Impressionists, Robert Gwathmey and Andy Warhol)
7 American Art Review, August 2000 (Rockwell Kent, California Impressionists, Robert Gwathmey and Andy Warhol)
Lealand, Kansas American Arts Media Inc. 2000 Vol. XII, No. 4 soft cover Very Good Condition 
This is a magazine which provides numerous multi-page articles with many color works by subject. The artists and themes in this issue are these: Rockwell Kent's Adorondack Legacy; California Impressionists at Laguna; The Virginia Landscape; The Evolution of African American Art; Whitney Myron Hubbard; Impressionism to Modernism in Southern California; Robert Gwathmey and Andy Warhol and Will Barney; A Timeless World. 
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American Artist Magazine (August, 1986)
8 American Artist Magazine (August, 1986)
New York Billboard Publications 1986 Volume 50 Issue 529 soft cover Fine condition 
Crisp, clean magazine with no mailing label and no names or writing. No loss to spine and tightly bounf with pristine pages. The cover art on thios one is by watercolorist Joseph M. Irr. Ither featured articles are about four energing artists: Patricia Short, landscape watercolorist; Xin Han, figurative oil painter; William P. Kauffmanm pastel painter and teacher; and Andrew Bacha, a classicly trained oil painter; James D. Butler paintings and Drawings From the Heartland; Direct Painting With Pastels; Edward Brodney Painting with A Mature but Youthful Spirit; Patricia Nix Art As a Collage of Lige Experiences; and James Couper of Florida. Magazine measures 8"x11" and has 90 pages. NOTE: I have LOTS of issus of this magazine, so if you are looking for a specific issue let me know and I'll see if I have it. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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American Artist Magazine April 1952 (V.F. Jonynas)
9 American Artist Magazine April 1952 (V.F. Jonynas)
Watson-Guptill Publications 1952 soft cover 
Very nice copy of a once popular magazine for artists and art lovers. Minor rubbing to front, minor soiling to back. Overall crisp, clean and tightly bound. Cover features a drawing by Warren Chappel in browns and blacks. Major article focuses on Lithuanian born illustrator, V.F. Jonyas. who before arriving in the U.S. had made a name for himself in Germany and France in addition to his homeland. His metier was wood engravings and drawings. Article includes eight examples of his work, one with a color wash. Also of interest is an article on the relationship between typefaces and illustrations. Many issues of this magazine are availale. If you are looking for a specific one let me know and I'll look. 
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American Artist Magazine July, 1986
10 American Artist Magazine July, 1986
Billboard Publications Inc. 1986 Volume 50, Issue 528 soft cover Fine condition 
Very nice magainze -- crisp and clean as new. No labels and tightly bound. The cover art was created by William Persa. Other artists which appear in articles inside are: Kay Hoppock, a watercolorist who projeced photographic images; Philip Lekki, pastel landscapes; William Persa, watercolors; John Hulsey, pastels and watercolor; Rosemary Covey, woodcuts; Ann Elizabeth Thiermann, figure paintings; Iris Kaplan oil painting; Jack Coughlin ispired by Americn and Irish writers. Magazine meusures 8" x 10-1.2" and has 98 pages. I have many -- seriously MANY -- issues of this magazine, so if you are looking for a specific one let me know and I'll see if I have it. 
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American Artist Magazine May, 1984 (Theme Issue: Flower Painting)
11 American Artist Magazine May, 1984 (Theme Issue: Flower Painting)
New York Watson Guptill 1984 Volume 48 Issue 502 soft cover Fine Condition 
Flowers, flowers, flowers! Whether you're an artist, or an art lover and appreciate floral paintings, this is YOUR magazine. There's no mailing label, no names or writing -- just very nice clean, tightly bound pages. The articles are all about flowers and he artists who depict them. Chapters include: A Survey of Flower Painting Then & Now; Idelle Weber; Pamela Glassock; A Conversation with Rudy Calao; Lowell Nesbitt; and The Sensuousness of Paint, Norma Speyer's Landscapes. I have MANY of these magazinse spanning decades, so if you are looking for a specific issue let me know ad I'll try to find it. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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American Red Cross Centennial Calendar 1981
12 American Red Cross Centennial Calendar 1981
Unknown Location American Red Cross 1981 1981 Edition soft cover Very Good Condiotion 
If you're a calendar collector, or someone who appreciates the beauty of vintage advertising art this one's special. The calendar is not that old at 24, but there aren't many available. It's a big one measuring 12" x 18" and begins with January 1981 and ends with December 1981. All art is in full color and even the calendar itself is colorful. All images are replicas of old posters. The artists include many famous people. Here's the list: Howard Chandler Christie, Norman Rockwell (x2), N.C. Wyeth, Jes Schlaidjer, Lawrence Wilbur, Amos Sewell, Emmett Oldson, J.M. Clement, John Gould, Dagmar Wilson and the beloved Jessie Wilcox Smith. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Annie Liebowtiz (Art Catalog 2012)
13 Annie Liebowtiz (Art Catalog 2012)
Wexner Center for the Arts 2012 Presumed first Card cover Fine Condition 
Crisp, clean art catalog showcasing the photographs of Annie Leibowitz. The exhbit was held at the Wexner Center for the Arts from September 22 to December 30, 2012. Catalog is very handsome with black and white photographs and three tinted two-page spreads. There's also a foreword by Sherri Geldin, plus two essays -- Annie Leibovitz by Bill Horrigan and L:ife Through Annie's Lens by Hans-Ulrich Obrist, plus a biography. Catalog measures 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" with no defect of note. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Aperture Magazine Immagini Italiane Summer 1993 English Text)
14 Aperture Magazine Immagini Italiane Summer 1993 English Text)
New York Apeture Foundation Inc. 1993 Number One Hundred Thirty-Two Card cover Fine condition 
I love Apeture magazine -- it's not only beautiful, but insightful in its choice of topics and of course the photography is stunning. This issue from summer 1993 is in excellent condition and has some extra ephemera pieces laid-in. There's a Fall 1993 catalog, plus a booklet titled Voyage of the Eye by Brett Watson which also contains the subscription blank with an envelope. Articles cover the comic art of Dario Fo; the paparazzi, recent (at the time of writing) new Italian photography, the Mafia, southern Italy, and more. All photographers are Italian. Magazine measures 9-1/2" x 11-1/2" with 78 pristine pages. Ships for $2 in the U.S. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME. Due to high shipping in the U.S. please contact us with item and destination. I will get back to you with the exact amount. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Aperture Magazine: Letitia Battaglia Cover(Summer 2000)
15 Aperture Magazine: Letitia Battaglia Cover(Summer 2000)
New York Aperture Foundation 2000 No. 160 Card cover Fine condition 
Crisp and clean as new, an issue which confronts difficult topics with both text and graphic photography. Features include the following: A World Out of Balance -- Necessary Truths (Jean-Francois LeRoy); Latent Images -- W. Eugene Smith's Minamata Photograph; Dirty Laundry -- Beneton's "We On Death Row" Campaign; Michael X -- Michael Tracy's Rites of Passage; Homesick: Domestic Landscapes; Chuck Close Daguerreotypes; and Blue Mist by Charles Bowden. Magazine Measures 9-1/2"x 11-1/4" with 79 pages on quality coated paper. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Art Dubai March 18-21, 2015
16 Art Dubai March 18-21, 2015
Dubai Madinat Jumeirah 2015 Soft cover Very good condition 
Very nice publication which is printed completely in two colors -- orange and white. The book is clean and tightly bound, but there is some wrinkling and a few glued tears to the spine. Otherwise it's crisp and clean. The book measures 8-1/4" x 11-1/2" and has 230 pages to showcase the largest group of Arab artists in the world.There are photographs and art on the edges of the pages, but the book primarily explains the festival and its prize winners. It even has color wheels which show the activity of Facebook and Twitter fans. Very nice -- even the exterior page edges are light orange. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Art In America Magazine May/June, 1970 Mormon Art & Architecture, Alexander Calder)
17 Art In America Magazine May/June, 1970 Mormon Art & Architecture, Alexander Calder)
New York Art In America Inc. 1970 soft cover Good-plus 
This is an especially good issue of this art magazine if you are interested in Mormon life, art, and architecture. Eighteen pages plus the cover are devoted to the subject with many photographs in both color and black and white. The coverage consists of three articles: A Panorama of Mormon Life, Mormon Art and Architecture, and Mormon Society -- A Photo Story. The other standout is a full color, heavyweight fold-out by Alexander Caldwell to accompany an article about him and his work, Spirals. The magazine measures 9"x12" and is very clean and tightly bound. Faults are exterior and small -- light wear to all corners with a tiny snip of top front one and a small bit of wear to bottom of spine. Overall very nice. NOTE: Due to weight and size this item incurs extra shipping for overseas mailing. Please contact us with destination for quote. U.S. orders ship for $2. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Art Postcards New York Historical Association Cooperstown, New York (Eight Postcards 1964)
18 Art Postcards New York Historical Association Cooperstown, New York (Eight Postcards 1964)
Cooperstown, New York New York Historical Association 1964 Fine condition in good original bag 
Here we have eight crisp as new postcards in full color with a glossy finish. I bought them in the small bag they were placed in at the time of purchase. The bag is from the Farmer's Museum Inc. in Cooperstown and the previous owner marked the date on the front -- Monday, August 31, 1964. The cards depict these works of art: Edward Hicks "The Peaceable Kingdom"; Mrs, William Cooper (Elizabeth Fenimore Seated in Otsego Hall"; M.M. Sanford Washington at Princeton; Anonymous, Picking Flowers; John Brewster Jr., One Shoe Off; Statue of Rev. Campbell; Gilbert Stuart, Joseph Brant Thayenonegoea; Anonymous, Young Man In A Gray Linen Suit; and Edward L. Henry "Kept In." All are clean pristine and with sharp corners. No writing on divided back and no stamps. Only fault is browning to back of the bag. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Baker Lake Prints 1988 (Canadian Indigenous Art)
19 Baker Lake Prints 1988 (Canadian Indigenous Art)
Baker Lake, Ottawa, Canada Canadian Arctic Producers 1988 0920234879 / 9780920234877 Card cover Very good condition 
This is an interesting booklet about Canadian indigenous art from the Baker Lake area of Ottawa. It began with the Sanavik co-operative which endeavored to create a print program. Unfortunately it didn't catch fire right away, so instead of producing huge numbers of art prints they decided to choose carefully and confine each to a limited edition of no more than 50 copies. The booklet measures 8-1/2" x 11" and has 39 pristine pages. The only fault is some light sunning to spine. There are real photographs of the area and its people, both black and white aand color art, and photos of the artists at work. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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Baldwin Wallace Alumnus (July, August 1967)
20 Baldwin Wallace Alumnus (July, August 1967)
Berea, Ohio Baldwin Wallace College 1967 soft cover Good-plus 
Oversized magazine with a wonderful cover graphic. It measures 10"x 13-1/4 and has 33 pages. The back shows a mailing label discreetly placed in the area designed for it and there is also a bit of edge wear to the spine area, none of which impinges of the integrity of the binding. If you graduated from BW in 1967 or were at the Alumni party the same year there's lots of memories in this one. There's also an article about BW's admired Conservatory and the cover and fold-out celebrate the art of Felix de Weldon, the artist pictured beneath the enormous horses on the cover. There's also BW sports in here and news from the classes from 1898 to 1967 
Price: 12.00 USD
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